Saco Bay Tackle Fishing Seminar

Published March 17, 2017

I am so pleased to be invited to be the guest speaker at the upcoming Saco Bay Tackle fishing seminar on March 25, 2017. Preparing for this seminar got me thinking about the evolution of our fishing methods here in the southern Gulf.

Back in the 70s during the first heyday of the tuna fishery, the fish were caught trolling natural mackerel baits.

Then in the 90s, using pink plastic squid on ...

Wild Tuna Documentary

Published September 21, 2016

Our friends from Ok Bye Studios went fishing with us on Saturday and created this amazing documentary of their day with us. We had great weather, a fantastic time and were able to hook and release a 10 foot giant bluefin. It's all captured in this video. Check it out!

Another bucket list fulfilled!

Published August 23, 2015

Our 2015 tuna charter season has been quite busy so far, fishing out of scenic Souris, PEI. I've had the pleasure of meeting a great fisherman, Gavin, for a week of fishing.

Gavin is an experienced marlin fisherman in his home country of South Africa and wanted to experience the power of a giant bluefin tuna! We didn't disappoint him and he fulfilled his bucket list with lots of action, with hi...

Adventures with Scott

Published June 14, 2015

I start every season fishing lobster - this year we are having a good season and ran into some folks who wanted to experience a day on the water. So I invited them to come along. They are an interesting couple travelling across the country looking for authentic and local adventures.

One of my favourite things about lobster fishing is gorgeous sunrises, so I was happy when we had a gorgeous mor...

B.C. fishermen on PEI

Published January 25, 2015

Living on an Island is somewhat unique in the sense, knowing most of the people you meet when you're out and about. It's a small world, so in the summer on PEI when tourism brings in hundreds of thousands of visitors here, we don't always recognize the people we see on a daily basis, like we do in the winter time.

This past summer I had one of these small world experiences. I do some local adve...

Meet Our Custom Rod Builder

Published January 11, 2015

We were so sad when my father-in-law died suddenly in 2016. His legacy of wisdom, great stories and of course, his quality rods, remain an important part of our tuna charter business. You can read all about his craft here:

Tuna fishing is a family affair here at Wild Tuna Charters and my father-in-law George Roach is a big contributor to our efforts to create exciting and memorable tuna charter...

Ayers Family Fishing

Published September 1, 2014

"If one is looking for the ultimate in fishing experiences it will be hard to match catching a giant Blue Fin Tuna. Captain Scott Lewis and his father Danny are experts at fulfilling this experience. What a day! What a Fight! What a memory! What patience and dedication ! Thank you Scott and Danny"

Here's some photos from their trip, where we hooked a giant bluefin!

from Tina Ayers Taylor, Au...

Tuna fishing: 30 years later

Published August 10, 2014

More than 30 years ago, Darlene Keiswetter went tuna fishing with my wife Sara's, grandfather Fee Roach. While I never met him, he is remembered as a passionate fisherman with a gruff exterior and a soft heart.

Darlene, an avid fisher, loved the experience and describes it as one of the highlights of her life. Not surprisingly, she has wanted to relive that experience with her family ever since...

Looking for a Wild Adventure?

Published July 6, 2014

I have been fishing tuna for many years and I'm so excited to be starting my own tuna charter this season.

I've caught hundreds of tuna in the commercial and charter fisheries over the past 15 years or so. There is nothing I love more than to share my passion for tuna fishing with other people.

Back when I was fishing in the commercial fishery with my father, I always loved taking frien...